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Vehicle Ejection Accident Kills Two People on State Route 51

On Christmas Day, a rollover accident caused the ejection of two people from the Dodge Durango they were riding in, and both died. The police report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) stated that the incident occurred at about 6:39 in the morning on southbound SR 51, close to the overcrossing for Fulton Avenue. This is when the vehicle went out of control for unknown reasons, passed over onto the road’s shoulder and overturned. 

Preparing for the Season of SAD

The days are getting shorter, and the sunshine is not as bright.  Fall is here, and winter is quickly approaching – for SAD sufferers, that means it is time to ready our arsenals to combat the bleakness of the dark seasons.  SAD stands for “Seasonal Affective Disorder,” and it describes a depression or malaise that descends during the colder, darker months.  It is estimated that approximately 10 to 20 percent of the U.S. population experiences symptoms of SAD.  Women account for around 75% of sufferers.  Psychologists surmise that the phenomenon is caused by the change in sunlight, and is especially pronounced in parts of the country that get the least amount of sunlight during winter.

Traffic Accident at Watt and Marconi Avenues Causes Injury 

A two-vehicle intersection crash in Sacramento the afternoon of September 13 injured one person. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported the crash as occurring around 4:48 in the afternoon at the intersection of Watt Avenue, where it crosses Marconi Avenue in the Arden-Arcade area. The accident is being investigated to determine how it occurred and to assign fault.

Year-Round Farmer’s Market Opens in Midtown Sacramento

On Wednesday, August 19, 2020, a new farmer’s market kicked off in midtown Sacramento.  Hosted by the Midtown Association, the Winn market will be held weekly, year-round at Albert Winn Park, which is situated between 27th and 28th Streets, along P and Q Streets.  Currently, the hours of operation are 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. every Wednesday.  In November, the market will close a half-hour earlier.

Injuries Reported in Greenback Lane and Garfield Avenue Intersection Collision

An intersection collision involving three vehicles in Sacramento resulted in injuries on August 20. The vehicles collided around 9:43 in the morning at Greenback Lane and Garfield Avenue in the Foothill Farms area. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) reported that an SUV continued moving after the crash. An investigation is being conducted to determine how the intersection collision occurred.

Two-Vehicle Accident on Westbound US 50 Results in an Injury

A two-vehicle accident occurred in Sacramento on August 11, along westbound US 50 that resulted in an injury. The collision happened around 5:14 p.m. near the 15th Street entrance ramp and involved a Ford pickup and a gray SUV. According to the report by the California Highway Patrol (CHP), an ambulance was requested at the scene by one of the individuals involved in the two-vehicle accident because of dizziness. First responders with Sac Fire arrived to evaluate that person and transport them to a nearby hospital.

Were the Doors Locked?

Vehicle break-ins are nearly epidemic in some parts of Sacramento.  It is so common to see shattered glass next to a parked car that often vehicle owners will leave their doors unlocked with the hope that they can avoid a window repair bill.  What citizens may not be aware of is that currently, the law in California is that burglary only occurs when a thief enters a vehicle with locked doors.  A shattered window does not provide evidence that the vehicle’s doors were locked, and therefore the harsher charge of burglary may not apply.  This loophole may render law enforcement unable to charge thieves with anything other than vandalism or petty theft.  Senator Scott Wiener is attempting to close the “broken window burglary loophole.”

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